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Fujian Jasmine Green - Caddy

Now: £14.00 Was: £28.00 sku LTSOCFJG0815 | Net weight: 100g

Loose leaf jasmine scented green tea.

This is a wonderful, aromatic tea from the southern frontiers of Fujian Province in South East China, home to the very best China Jasmine Teas. The misty, mountainous region, with its subtropical climate, is ideally suited to growing tea.

Jasmine arrived in China from Persia in the third century AD, but jasmine tea didn't become popular until the Song Dynasty, about 1000 years ago. Green tea is plucked in spring and kept dry until jasmine flowers bloom in late summer. These are then placed on top of the tea for several hours, releasing their heady aroma; the process is repeated several times, always using fresh flowers, until the tea is judged to be ready. The result is an exquisite tea, sweet, smooth and delightfully perfumed.

Loose leaf tea made simple. Take a look at our fabulous teapots (some come with a built-in strainer) and tea strainers.

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Loose leaf jasmine scented green tea.
Jasmine scented green tea.

how to serve

Use 1 teaspoon per person and 1 for the pot. Boil fresh water, leave to cool for 5 minutes then pour on. Allow to steep for 3 to 4 minutes. Best enjoyed without milk.

Approximately 25 servings.

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Tea Tasters Club - China Fujian Jasmine Green Tea

Jasmine Green Tea was first made over 1000 years ago. The use of jasmine with green tea goes back to the Song Dynasty period in China, around 960-1270 AED.

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